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4 hours ago, ubos said:

I think we all know this is an awful game (going by ME quality) which feel half baked most of the time but is being covered up by some pointless visual features? We just have no better alternatives for our addiction. So either show it to the devs by not buying the game anymore and hurt them where it matters, or continue to buy the game and line their pockets without actually seeing what improvements you really need.

PS. I am just as guilty of the latter.

I've taken a break from the series before for a few versions a few years ago and I feel another break is on the cards. Already stopped playing FM20 and doubt I'll get FM21 on release. For me to get the game I'd need to see genuine improvements to the game in an attacking sense first and foremost and a well balanced ME that caters to all playstyles. 

This is where a lack of competition doesn't help. 

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3 hours ago, MBarbaric said:

this isn't really true. 

 

it isn't true because the central corridor is the shortest route to the goal and, more importantly, there is 360 degrees of passing options to retain possession with 180 degrees of forward passing options.

that is also why teams more often (but not exclusively)  use pressing traps on the flanks and not in the central corridor (50% less space to cover as half of the work is done by the sideline).

 

flanks are longer distance to goal and, more importantly, only 180 degrees of passing options with only 90 degrees of forward passing options which make them relatively less dangerous compared to central corridor/half-spaces.

 

that is the theory, in reality it all depends how one team attacks and who is attacking. it is always more difficult to contain CR wide than Average Joe in the center but it gets progressively more complicated when you consider movement patterns and coordination of the defensive/offensive unit.

 

i believe si should really provide some fundamental facts about how/why certain things are done (regarding tactics). it would help people create more logical tactics.

great post. There's a reason teams choose to defend central areas because as said it's the shortest route to goal...you don't see teams prioritise defending flanks (consistently anyway) over the centre and leaving massive gaps centrally because good teams/players first course/default is to look centrally to create...as in with an opening/space players will look to play players in centrally as it's a higher percentage play creating a higher probability of a goalscoring chance. In FM the opposite happens...players often prioritise flanks over central passes so in effect the pass decision making in FM is the OPPPOSITE to real world pass decision making. Whether it's space/run evaluation within FM is academic but FM match engine is regularly making pass decisions which are the opposite of what they should be doing. This is why there's such frustration on the engine. But above point very well made about central corridor...there's a reason teams defend that in numbers as it's the easiest and most effective route to goal given the opportunity. If you vacate central areas in real world teams will exploit that accordingly and as efficiently as they can. Try that exercise in FM and you'll see the way the vacated central space gets exploited will leave you despondent at the state of the current engine.

Pass decision making in the real world will go through the middle for the best option when there or even try and create a better opportunity if not immediately there. In FM this isn't happening. Yeah in real world play will move to wider areas either to stretch play and drag players/defensive units out of position and exploit that opening or the occasional cross when its there or to mix it up but in FM the decision making to simulate that is woeful

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4 hours ago, pheelf said:

For e.g. the whole lack of central play mantra which is often wheeled out which seems to ignore the fact that the central areas are the easiest areas to defend. In previous games (FM17 being a prime example) you could exploit the central areas because the opposition wouldn't defend properly. Yes, it may have been more fun to play the game seeing your team shredding teams through the middle but that doesn't make it a better representation of real football. 

 

Central areas are defended well in FM17 it's the flanks that are problematic and only AMLR positions don't offer enough support centrally. But hardly noticable imho or game breaking. Exploting central play happens because MCs and wide forwards are willing to make forward runs beyond strikers and strikers dropping deep and into channels. This movement creates  space for one-two's, inteligent through balls and cutt-backs. But the AI knows how to defend the middle so it's not that central play is OP far from it, for exaple I'm in position now where I can't play that style because teams defens easily aginst it. In FM20 or 19 there's very little movement upfront and when defending teams play deep and narrow it is logical the magic never happens. Lack of movement is well known thing.

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19 hours ago, limey150781 said:

SI should be in a position to say whether or not they plan another ME patch. They're either working on something that they're planning on getting out or they're done and focus is now on 21. I completely get not committing to time frames for expected patches, this isnt like that though. They'll know whether or not there is a plan for another patch and lots of people are holding off on their career saves on depending on this information, positive or not.

 

That! I don't care when the last update drops, I only want to know when the ME is final and we aren't getting any new updates.

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23 minutes ago, Teep said:

 

That! I don't care when the last update drops, I only want to know when the ME is final and we aren't getting any new updates.

I asked the question and thread got closed immediately. Only asked if any more patches are coming. Not when.  Didn’t know it’s a big secret. 5 months after release game is still not ready. But wait till October when they will ask to buy new game. Not happening this year. 

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16 minutes ago, Fieldsy said:

Of course, the silence could mean that at some point soon an update ME patch could come out........

Guess I got that one wrong.....

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17 minutes ago, Neil Brock said:

We understand that these forums are an extremely passionate part of the FM community but do remember they are just one part of that community. We appreciate that people take the time to raise their opinions here and often it can be incredibly useful and insightful.

Since the release of 20.4 we've seen some calls to fix the match engine and that it's ‘broken’. While we respect everyone's opinions, this is something we simply don't agree with. We’re already our own harshest critics and recognise aspects (including those raised within the community) we want to improve long term, but we still believe it's the most realistic simulation of football there is.

That's not to say the match engine can't be made even better and your posts have a huge impact on the direction we’re heading in. We're constantly working on improving and have a roadmap that carries on for many years on how we can go about doing this. The fact the scale of our ambitions for the future requires such a considerable timescale indicates the difficulty and scope of the work ahead.

To change and evolve such detailed and comprehensive code takes time across multiple disciplines. Planning, reviewing, implementing and testing. As part of this we've always found our community extremely important in the process of constant improvement. Alongside our dedicated match team, which includes qualified coaches and ex-professional footballers, you help provide the knowledge and feedback that is constantly reviewed by the development team and helps shape everything you see in game.

We understand from some of the feedback seen in this thread that the news of no further match engine changes for FM20 will disappoint some here. But looking at sentiment overall and the number of people playing the game, the majority of our players are playing and enjoying FM more than ever before.

£40 for a game that has badly underdelivered and now confirmed no more light at the end of the tunnel, sigh, time to move on and shelve this series for quite some time, my faith and trust is broken.

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Is the striker thing any better if you have two men up front? I've been using formations with one centre forward, and have noticed the poor performance since the recent update, but wondered if it was the same with two up front (if anyone had tried it)?

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Well if this game is so good and a lot of people enjoy this, let few unhappy customers use a refund of FM20?
Since FM20 release I read about 'people like FM20, just few members criticize this'. Okay, good for you. I have a Steam version of FM20 so refund me please in Steam Wallet for I can buy few games which I will really enjoy? It will be no disaster for you if this game is so good.

I bought this game before patch 20.2. In fact I use demo of different gameversion and you use another one in update without my agremeent and you denied me for personal rollback for version which I want. In this way I see a preposition for refund. I will refuse this game without any doubt. So you approve my request? 

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It's the set pieces man.. The set pieces.

Why couldn't their effectiveness/occurrence just be toned down a little bit? Just a tad. It's my only real deal-breaking gripe. The game is so good, but seeing 3 identical set piece goals some games, plus countless identical chances from set pieces, ruins it.

 

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It’s previously been said that in order to allow as many people to play, specs have to be kept relatively low and thus we probably won’t be getting a significant update to the 3D in the future. But I do wonder whether having PES or FIFA style graphics would make issues with the match engine seem more obvious. It’s sometimes hard to tell whether the 3D is simply badly reflecting the underlying code with the sometimes silly movements we see, or whether the underlying code for a specific issue needs work.

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1 hour ago, Neil Brock said:

We understand from some of the feedback seen in this thread that the news of no further match engine changes for FM20 will disappoint some here. But looking at sentiment overall and the number of people playing the game, the majority of our players are playing and enjoying FM more than ever before.

I respect Neil's post, but this section worries me and leads me to believe this game may continue going down the right path but with the wrong footwear. The features developed are great, but the ME - and this thread is a big indicator - has been a huge let down this year despite numerous tweaks and it's a massive part of the game. I hope it gets a lot of attention in advance of FM21 - but if playing figures are high, the question is whether SI interpret anything is actually 'wrong' with it, and will instead focus on the nice add-ons outside of the ME to keep justifying the release of a new game every year.

We will see, I guess.

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1 hour ago, Neil Brock said:

We understand from some of the feedback seen in this thread that the news of no further match engine changes for FM20 will disappoint some here. But looking at sentiment overall and the number of people playing the game, the majority of our players are playing and enjoying FM more than ever before.

Thanks for clarifying Neil. 

While it may be a minority of the userbase that are unsatisfied, would Sigames be in a position to directly address the common concerns that have been raised? 

It would be good to understand which criticisms are work in process, and which you genuinely disagree with.

For instance in terms of central play, are SI generally content with how this is reflected in game, or is it simply something that will take longer than a single development cycle to solve? 

 

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vor 6 Minuten schrieb dannyfc:

For instance in terms of central play, are SI generally content with how this is reflected in game, or is it simply something that will take longer than a single development cycle to solve? 

 

I think they are well aware of it:

 

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1 minute ago, KUBI said:

I think they are well aware of it:

 

I think this is one of my biggest frustrations - "we are aware of it" but then no indication as to whether this is being looked at for FM20 or later versions - TBH, if they came back and said "this issue is too complex to fix for the current patch and we are now looking to improve for FM21", it may be frustrating but at least people's expectations are managed and we know where we stand......

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32 minutes ago, gonefading said:

Yeah, this is just a part of the community. A part of the community that shares the same views on the game as pretty much every other part of the community found on other platforms - because the community is not limited to the satisfied users who spend hours battling all critical views and never question anything. 

What is the community? The community is, ultimately, the visible part of the community — and that feels ignored. It's simple. If the opinions of the community were really that "incredibly useful and insightful", the game would make great progress quickly and the users would be very happy. But that's not the case. The Metacritic and Steam ratings suggest that the game gradually regressed - and has been doing so since 2013/2014. The trend of the last three years points to stagnation.

Just because something is working doesn't automatically mean it's working as intended. You'll get this "it's broken" statement from frustrated users who feel like their input isn't valued at all. It's natural for them to get very vocal as a result. The ME is rather flawed and users simply can't enjoy it because of the reported things that no one seemed to take care of for this edition. And the last edition. And the one before that one. … Yes, FM is the most realistic simulation of football out there. It's bold, comprehensive and complex. Sometimes it feels larger than life. But it's the only football management simulation on the market. There's simply no competition anyway. There should be no excuse for stalling progress in the here and now.

Exactly, it could be better, but it looks like, at the moment, that the opinions of users, the reported bugs, the passion and the ideas, do not matter at all. At least at the moment. A roadmap is a good thing. I think any company should have one. Maybe share it with the community? I can well imagine how difficult it is to handle a game of the scope of FM and that you are looking towards the future, but wouldn't it be wiser to focus on the presence, too? I cannot imagine how you will cope with the difficult tasks of the future if you postpone the difficult tasks of the present.

I'm sure there were lots of areas where FM improved a lot. However, user critics indicate that the pace and quality of progress within the last six to seven years wasn't good enough. It would be a great thing if providing knowledge and feedback helped improving the game, We'll be looking forward to it.

This is not a problem for me since I didn't have high hopes for this version anyway. One could say I'm used to disappointment in this regard. But I can imagine that others did have those hopes and are now much more disappointed than before. I would rather guess people are still playing this game because they don't have alternatives, but this doesn't automatically mean that they're enjoying the idle state of progress FM has made in recent years, especially this year's ME.

@Neil Brock

 

Whilst there's areas of the match engine I'd like to see improved, stuff like this isn't really helping anyone. Literally takes about ten seconds to do your research:

Metacritic Scores
FM15 - 80
FM16 - 81
FM17 - 80
FM18 - 82
FM19 - 86
FM 20 - 84

Steam Reviews
FM17 - 57%
FM18 - N/A
FM19 - 83%
FM20 - 84%

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5 minuti fa, Fieldsy ha scritto:

"this issue is too complex to fix for the current patch and we are now looking to improve for FM21"

that is what they basically said. 

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No more match engine updates? I'll pack this game in then and probably count myself for next years game too. Disappointing but have to accept the game is not at the standard worth sinking time into 

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1 minute ago, gonefading said:

I'm talking about user scores.

There's 44 ratings for FM20. :D 

Pretty much all the FM's are under 6 from user scores. If we went by that I think SI would be bust by now!  

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Few days ago i started playing again,  few seasons on key highlights. The idea was if the results are good, i dont care how i scored goals. Its too boring to watch. My plan was to go through season or two until the latest patch with improved ME is out, and then i will focus more on tactics and details. 

Now, when i saw we are stuck with this ME, which i consider the most boring thing in my memory of playing FM, i feel disappointed. And then we read that SI is satisfied with the game, and so are the people who are playing in big numbers. 

I was the one of those who was playing the game. That doesnt mean i am happy. It only means i grew up with the game and i play in hope to get to some interesting point in the save. So not everyone who is playing is satisfied. 

You wont lose people, gaming community is growing with each year. Gaming community in general, not just FM. That doesnt mean you should be happy with the game.

Actually, to be more specific, when i say "game" i mean ME. Because everything outside of it is incredible, but at the most important part you failed, in my opinion. So i am a bit surprised that it seems this is it, you will leave it in this state. 

 

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6 minutes ago, Harrison Bored said:

There's 44 ratings for FM20. :D 

Pretty much all the FM's are under 6 from user scores. If we went by that I think SI would be bust by now!  

Terrible ratings do not really hurt user numbers. EA's latest FIFA releases are the best proof in this case. Once you have a monopoly the quality doesn't really matter at all anyway.

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14 minutes ago, Harrison Bored said:

Whilst there's areas of the match engine I'd like to see improved, stuff like this isn't really helping anyone. Literally takes about ten seconds to do your research:

Metacritic Scores
FM15 - 80
FM16 - 81
FM17 - 80
FM18 - 82
FM19 - 86
FM 20 - 84

Steam Reviews
FM17 - 57%
FM18 - N/A
FM19 - 83%
FM20 - 84%

They are critic reviews. Do some looking at the user reviews on Metacritic, the people that actually spend money to buy and play the game, rather than a critic who speed plays through 1 match and just see's shiny new things, and you will see this is the worse reviewd FM on there. Fact.

Steam reviews are massively skewed (wonder why) as they only allow reviews and scores to count from people who have bought directly through steam. I can, and have, reviews the game on there but it doesn't count as I didn't buy it through steam.

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No more ME updates for FM20? It cant be true. In November they release a game that is far for done and has a lot of bugs which makes the game almost unplayable for several months. 
 

Now the game is ok, but it has a lot of small bugs here and there that really should be fixed. If they stop rolling out new ME updates the developers can’t care about the costumer/consumer of their product
 

Also, I don’t see the point of releasing a new game every year. Why don’t make one game that has a familiar ME and which constantly can be improved? The last 2-3 years the game haven’t been really playable until the winter-update has been rolled out. That’s not good enough SI.

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14 minutes ago, Harrison Bored said:

There's 44 ratings for FM20. :D 

Pretty much all the FM's are under 6 from user scores. If we went by that I think SI would be bust by now!  

See, now you are spreading false information:

 

FM20 - 5.2 User Score

FM19 - 6.3 User Score

FM18 - 5.8 User Score

FM17 - 5.3 User Score

FM16 - 6.9 User Score

FM15 - 6.1 User Score

FM14 - 5.7 User Score

FM13 - 6.8 User Score

FM12 - 7.9 User Score

FM11 - 8.3 User Score

FM10 - 8.8 User Score

 

So, by and large the trend line for user reviews of FM is declining. From a high in 2010 users have found that it has, generally, got worse. And, only 4 versions under a score of 6 out of 10.

Do you wonder why there are only 44 reviews for FM20 as opposed to 284 for FM2010?

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31 minutes ago, Harrison Bored said:

Steam Reviews
FM17 - 57%
FM18 - N/A
FM19 - 83%
FM20 - 84%

Very interesting reviews there :D

All you guys disapointed with ME you should try 17 really. 

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vor 3 Minuten schrieb Mitja:

Very interesting reviews there :D

All you guys disapointed with ME you should try 17 really. 

FM17 got a lot of bad reviews because there was no Chinese language version available after release.

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Just now, KUBI said:

FM17 got a lot of bad reviews because there was no Chinese language version available after release.

Lol that makes Sense. 

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17 minutes ago, davehanson said:

So, by and large the trend line for user reviews of FM is declining. From a high in 2010 users have found that it has, generally, got worse. And, only 4 versions under a score of 6 out of 10.

Do you wonder why there are only 44 reviews for FM20 as opposed to 284 for FM2010?

Not especially, but I'll have a guess for your benefit. Is it because when FM10 was out leaving metacritic reviews was seen as cool, whilst now everyone has cottoned onto the fact it's largely pointless? 

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5 minutes ago, Harrison Bored said:

Not especially, but I'll have a guess for your benefit. Is it because when FM10 was out leaving metacritic reviews was seen as cool, whilst now everyone has cottoned onto the fact it's largely pointless? 

Yeah.

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I read alot of sadness about the game which i really understand. Much has been said about it. I also find it much harder to enjoy the game now then the FM's before. The ME is being the weak point at the moment for SI, sadly.
And it is not based of facts but I really have the feeling that the state of the game is not balanced in the eyes of many because of the focus that could be spread now with the FM mobile, FM touch etc.
So the work pressure might become harder every year and the revenue model is spreaded over those projects. It is just my thought but perhaps that could have influence on the quality of the game and in specific the ME. 

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2 hours ago, Neil Brock said:

We understand that these forums are an extremely passionate part of the FM community but do remember they are just one part of that community. We appreciate that people take the time to raise their opinions here and often it can be incredibly useful and insightful.

Since the release of 20.4 we've seen some calls to fix the match engine and that it's ‘broken’. While we respect everyone's opinions, this is something we simply don't agree with. We’re already our own harshest critics and recognise aspects (including those raised within the community) we want to improve long term, but we still believe it's the most realistic simulation of football there is.

That's not to say the match engine can't be made even better and your posts have a huge impact on the direction we’re heading in. We're constantly working on improving and have a roadmap that carries on for many years on how we can go about doing this. The fact the scale of our ambitions for the future requires such a considerable timescale indicates the difficulty and scope of the work ahead.

To change and evolve such detailed and comprehensive code takes time across multiple disciplines. Planning, reviewing, implementing and testing. As part of this we've always found our community extremely important in the process of constant improvement. Alongside our dedicated match team, which includes qualified coaches and ex-professional footballers, you help provide the knowledge and feedback that is constantly reviewed by the development team and helps shape everything you see in game.

We understand from some of the feedback seen in this thread that the news of no further match engine changes for FM20 will disappoint some here. But looking at sentiment overall and the number of people playing the game, the majority of our players are playing and enjoying FM more than ever before.

Thanks for the clarification on this point. Much appreciated. 

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just seen the new updates and nice to see some players attributes match what they should be, but in my team liverpool its a mixed bag neco williams and harvey elliot and even trent and bobby have improved stats as does minamino yet the real breakout star this season curtis jones has had his go down?? are you mad?? and hoever and van den berg stayed as they are, also are we gonna get tackling added to the individual training options soon?? you can train a players shooting and passing why not tackling. good to see haaland that bit better too he was criminally underated before the update poor lad

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Do find it a bit baffling that there'll be no more updates to the match engine. If we were in May/June and people were still complaining, I could understand it - SI would more than likely be looking ahead to FM21 by that point. But we're in March, potentially a whole 8 months away from the release of the next game and they've decided not to put any more time into developing this match engine. 

I understand the fact that some of the issues may require longer work, which isn't able to be done for FM20, but as people are saying this needs to be communicated to people if it is the case.

It'd be nice to see them take all this feedback and these issues onboard, which are clearly still there in the match engine, and give it a go at trying to iron some of them out in FM20. It's pretty depressing to have to wait so long for there to be an improvement in the match engine, and also knowing we'll have to shell out another £40 to find out if it actually has improved!

In my opinion they could win back so many people's approval simply by giving another match engine update a go and producing something that'll satisfy the majority of people playing the game until the next version 😔

 

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They already *are* developing next year's edition - that's the curse of being absolutely wedded, rightly or wrongly, to a yearly release schedule...

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3 hours ago, Neil Brock said:

We understand from some of the feedback seen in this thread that the news of no further match engine changes for FM20 will disappoint some here. But looking at sentiment overall and the number of people playing the game, the majority of our players are playing and enjoying FM more than ever before.

well after that comment i can safely say i will never touch another FM for as long as you continue releasing them and FM20 is now uninstalled. 

Excellent way to treat loyal customers Neil, just excellent.

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2 minutes ago, sorrenmills said:

They already *are* developing next year's edition - that's the curse of being absolutely wedded, rightly or wrongly, to a yearly release schedule...

That's just product development for you.

At some point though you need to move on to the next major version, so you can do things with new features and functionality that you couldn't do with fixes in a patch, ie:

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We're constantly working on improving and have a roadmap that carries on for many years on how we can go about doing this. The fact the scale of our ambitions for the future requires such a considerable timescale indicates the difficulty and scope of the work ahead.

To change and evolve such detailed and comprehensive code takes time across multiple disciplines. Planning, reviewing, implementing and testing. 

 

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2 hours ago, Nick_CB said:

Excuse me, but a game summarized in set pieces cannot be considered the closest to reality. I made a topic showing a match where my team scored 5x on set pieces and someone from SI said that the problem was being solved but it didn't happen

Other ME issues aside, the number of goals scored from set pieces in the premiership 18/19 I think was around 24% against a decreasing trend of set pieces awarded.

This was something Southgate quickly grasped for England in the last World Cup and he/the team focused  lot of training on. Check how many goals England scored from set pieces including those scored from the "love train" set-up.

Now I dont know what the stats are from multiple soaks in terms of goals scored from set-pieces in FM but this would be an element FM should attempt to replicate as its modern day football and likely does. That said I do believe there maybe a potential ME exploit which does need to be looked at among other ME issues.

If everyone posting about issues is raising a bug with lots of evidence that surely is the way we can hope to get improvement which is what we all want

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9 minutes ago, MrPompey said:

Other ME issues aside, the number of goals scored from set pieces in the premiership 18/19 I think was around 24% against a decreasing trend of set pieces awarded.

This was something Southgate quickly grasped for England in the last World Cup and he/the team focused  lot of training on. Check how many goals England scored from set pieces including those scored from the "love train" set-up.

Now I dont know what the stats are from multiple soaks in terms of goals scored from set-pieces in FM but this would be an element FM should attempt to replicate as its modern day football and likely does. That said I do believe there maybe a potential ME exploit which does need to be looked at among other ME issues.

If everyone posting about issues is raising a bug with lots of evidence that surely is the way we can hope to get improvement which is what we all want

Sadly, most of the bugs and issues (many of them very well reported - with a lot of evidence, pkms etc.) are still unsolved. I don't see the point to report anything - it's either ignored or SI is simply unable to fix it. 

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Curious to see if anyone else has this issue; currently can't export highlights because FM20 won't link to YouTube logins, but then also when you export a highlight, it just spits out a blank/black highlight reel.

I'm a Mac user.

But has anyone else got this issue?

 

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1 minute ago, szp said:

Sadly, most of the bugs and issues (many of them very well reported - with a lot of evidence, pkms etc.) are still unsolved. I don't see the point to report anything - it's either ignored or SI is simply unable to fix it. 

Change is not easy no matter what the subject is and it will come down to complexity and cost (resource / time)

I think everyone is united in saying they want positive improvement on both sides of the fence e.g. supplier and user 

I very much doubt its ignored, its likely prioritised and there lies the frustration. Ultimately the forums are the way to express it through bug logging and comment.

I've raised this several times and I'm sure there are pro's and cons to this but many software companies have working groups with suppliers and users. From a personal perspective that for me is a viable option and you will never please everyone and ultimately that in itself is another source of frustration.

I can only suggestion do please continue to log issues as that has the best chance of making positive change happen.

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